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Slide 1 - Fitness Tips Presented by: Bill Byron
Slide 2 - What is Physical Activity? Anything that gets you moving!
Slide 3 - Physical Activity Reduces the risk of Dying from heart disease or stroke Developing high blood pressure, cholesterol & diabetes Developing obesity Developing osteoporosis – exercise builds strong bones & muscles Helps people achieve and maintain a healthy weight Reduces feelings of stress, anxiety & depression Builds and maintains healthy bones, muscles & joints Boosts energy level Improves quality of sleep Benefits of Physical Activity
Slide 4 - 64% of adults are overweight in the U.S. Approximately 30% of adults are obese. 17 % of children ages 6-18 are overweight. Obesity is the second leading cause of unnecessary deaths. Consumers spend $33 billion a year on the diet industry. Every year, about 8 million Americans sign up for weight loss programs that offer a quick fix. National Trends
Slide 5 - Finding a Balance Calories in Food > Calories Used = Weight Gain Calories in Food < Calories Used = Weight Loss Calories in Food = Calories Used = Weight Control
Slide 6 - How Much Exercise Do I Need? U.S. Surgeon General, CDCP, American College of Sports Medicine recommends: Minimum of 30 minutes Moderate-intense physical activity Most days of the week.
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Slide 8 - Why Don’t We Do It Exercise is Important… I don’t have enough time I get bored!! The gym is too intimidating I am too tired!! I don’t know what to do! I need to take care of the family I Don’t Like It!
Slide 9 - Making Physical Activity a Part of Your Life. There are 1440 minutes in every day... Schedule 30 of them for physical activity.
Slide 10 - What is Physical Fitness? Good health or physical condition, especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition.
Slide 11 - Components of Fitness? 4 Components of Fitness: Aerobic Muscular Flexibility Body Composition
Slide 12 - Aerobic Fitness Defined – The body’s ability to take in and use oxygen to produce energy. Aerobic activities make you breathe hard & they increase your heart rate. Some of these activities include: - Jogging - Walking - Cross-country skiing - Bicycling
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Slide 14 - Muscular Fitness Defined – The strength and endurance of your muscles. Benefits: Improve performance Injury prevention Improves body composition Improves self image Some activities include: - Weight Lifting - Push-Ups
Slide 15 - Flexibility Defined – The ability to bend joints and stretch muscles through a full range of motion. Some activities include: - Stretching (Sit & Reach) - Warm-up & Cool-down
Slide 16 - Body Composition Defined – The amount of fat tissue relative to other tissue in your body. - Your body composition is based not on how much you weigh, but rather on how much of your weight is fat as opposed to muscle.
Slide 17 - Exercise Your Body & Mind Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi Reduce Stress Increase strength Increase Flexibility Increase Energy
Slide 18 - What is the Best Exercise?
Slide 19 - Measuring Physical Activity Intensity – Target Heart Rate Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) 220 – AGE = MHR Target Heart Rate MHR X .60 = Minimum Heart Rate MHR X .80 = Maximum Heart Rate
Slide 20 - Target Heart Rate Are you training at the right pace? 220-36= 184 (MHR) 184 x .60 = 110 (low) 184 x .80 = 147 (high) My range is 110 – 147 (60-80%) (18 – 24) Training Zones: Warm-up Zone: 50-60% Fat Burning Zone: 60-70% Aerobic Zone: 70-80% Anaerobic Zone: 80-90% Red Line Zone: 90-100%
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Slide 22 - Stages of Change
Slide 23 - “We are what we repeatedly do.” — Aristotle
Slide 24 - Steps to Fitness Write Your Personal Fitness Goal Pre-participation Checklist Start Moving!
Slide 25 - Write Your Personal Fitness Goal My goal is to ______________________ for at least (Write one favorite activity here) __________ minutes ____________ times each week. (minutes / day) (Number of times)
Slide 26 - Pre-participation Checklist YES NO Has a doctor ever said you have heart trouble? ___ ___ Do you suffer frequently from chest pains? ___ ___ Do you often feel faint or have spells of severe dizziness? ___ ___ Has a doctor ever said your blood pressure was too high? ___ ___ Has a doctor ever told you that you have a bone or joint problem, such as arthritis, that has been or could be aggravated by exercise? ___ ___ Are you over age 65 and not accustomed to any exercise? ___ ___ Are you taking any prescription medications, such as those for heart problems or high blood pressure? ___ ___ Is there a good physical reason not mentioned here that you should not follow an activity program? ___ ___ **If you answer “yes” to any question, we advise you to consult with your physician before beginning an exercise program.**
Slide 27 - Ok, Now What? Create an Action Plan: Decide what you want (your goal) Visualize achieving this goal Write it down Include details Reread it often Reward yourself “There is no easy way out. If there were, I would have bought it. And believe me, it would be one of my favorite things.” Oprah Winfrey
Slide 28 - Final Tips For Being More Active Park the car farther away from your destination. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Play with children or pets. Everybody wins. Take fitness breaks Perform gardening or home repair activities. Exercise while watching TV Keep a pair of comfortable walking or running shoes in your car and office.
Slide 29 - Exercise Safely and Wisely Drink extra water Always warm-up & cool-down before and after your workout Wear comfortable clothing Pay attention to any discomfort you may feel during exercise Follow your doctor’s recommendations concerning medications you may be taking
Slide 30 - Believe… …anything is possible! “The only reason the bumble bee can fly is because no one told him that he can’t!”